Wearing two very similar lehengas (right down to the design of the choli), Nora attended back-to-back Diwali parties- first, in an intricate floral pink and silver lehenga by Tarun Tahiliani and later, wearing a sequinned pink and gold one by Manish Malhotra. While hair and make-up stayed the same, Nora switched out the jewelry and her metallic evening bags.
I know that the lehengas are very different from each other but given the color palette and how they were styled, I don’t really see the point of having switched outfits, except to lend her support to the designer whose party she was attending. And if that were the case, why not just pick a different lehenga? Or at least throw your hair back in a knot and switch out the lipstick or something?!
Left: At Tauranis’ Diwali Party In Tarun Tahiliani
Right: At Manish Malhotra’s Diwali Party In Manish Malhotra
Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani